Bill Murray shared a heartwarming story about Arnold Palmer at the Ryder Cup on Wednesday.
The popular American actor is at Hazeltine this week to cheer on Team USA and offer his support.
While signing a few autographs for fans, he took some time to share a story about the late, great Palmer, who passed away at the age of 87 on Sunday.
While he may have been one of the most famous and recognizable faces in all of golf, Palmer never considered himself too big or important to spend time with his fans.
Don’t let us spoil it for you, though, let Murray tell it:
Arnold Palmer once signed autographs for nearly 3 hours
— Mike McAllister (@PGATOUR_mikemc) September 28, 2016
Murray also played in Tuesday’s special Ryder Cup celebrity outing, along with the likes of Michael Phelps, Niall Horan, Kurt Russell and Martina Navratilova.
Judging by this highlight reel, it seems like everyone had a great time:
#RyderCup Celebrity Matches were equal parts golf and laughter.
Thank you to our celebrities and fans for making it such an amazing day! pic.twitter.com/nGjHDk51XJ
— Ryder Cup (@rydercup) September 28, 2016
At one point, a generous spectator even helped Murray quench his thirst:
? When Bill Murray steals your beer…
— Ryder Cup Team EUR (@RyderCupEurope) September 28, 2016